The Recommended Fingering Perspective is another perspective in our tool box that we can deploy toward the goal of learning guitar. Unlike the interval and note perspective, and more like the fret perspective, the recommended fingering perspective is in reference to the guitar specifically though one could use it for a multitude of instruments like banjo, violin and even piano. The recommended fingering perspective just tries to inform the user of how might most efficiently play a certain note or chord. Though we have 4-5 different different fingers for each hand we might choose to play a certain note or set of notes, we might ultimately find that playing with a certain finger make it easier to play multiple notes at once or be ready to change for a following note or any other reason. This course will use the recommended fingering perspective in some places where discussing intervals and notes might not be as efficient—at least for the lowest skill level that might be able to gain utility from the exercise in reference.
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